Alfred Schutz papers, 1925-1979.

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Schutz, Alfred, 1899-1959. Alfred Schutz papers, 1925-1979.

Alfred Schutz papers, 1925-1979.

The Alfred Schutz papers consist of manuscripts, letters, teaching notes and printed materials relating to the work of Schutz, mainly that done at the New School for Social Research. Among the Writings are drafts of many of Schutz's major works, including "Die Strukturen der Lebenswelt" and many essays discussing the works of philosophers such as Edmund Husserl, Max Weber and George Santayana, among others. Series II, Teaching and Research Materials, consists of lecture and course materials prepared for classes which Schutz taught, and reading notes on various topics. Series III, Subject Files and Correspondence, contains letters, writings by others, and materials from organizations. Among the correspondents are Raymond Aron, Kurt Goldstein, Karl Lowith, Fritz Machlup, Jacques Maritain, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Karl Popper, Meyer Schapiro, Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin, Jean Wahl, and Kurt Wolff.

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